[Mono-winforms-list] Creating window elements on the fly - can it be done?

Petit Eric surfzoid at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 07:57:36 EST 2010

yes all is already in the designer namespace + codedom

2010/2/10 PFJ <pjohnson1 at uclan.ac.uk>:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to do something which I'm not sure if it's possible to do, so
> please be patient.
> I have a winform with a single window that has nothing in it. The code for
> the winform loads an XML file which has three elements - designer,
> questions, answers. The questions and answers elements aren't a problem,
> they're strings and things like that. The problem is the designer.
> The idea is that the window is just a canvas. In the designer I have the
> likes of
> <objecttype>RtfTextBox</objecttype>
> <xpos>100</xpos>
> <ypos>100</ypos>
> <xsize>250</xsize>
> <ysize>200</ysize>
> <writable>false</writable>
> <visible>true</visible>
> <usemethod>null</usemethod>
> This is very simplistic.
> The question is, can I take this data and just create a new window object
> from it. Currently <objecttype> is a string, if I change it to object, can I
> then just say object foo = new object(); and (for example here) creates an
> RtfTextBox?
> Paul
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